Suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) isn’t just a temporary occurrence. It can have a long-lasting impact on both your physical and emotional well-being, as well as affecting your income-earning ability and financial well-being. Similarly, a traumatic brain injury isn’t just a personal injury. Your recovery journey can even affect your loved ones. If you didn’t cause the accident, you deserve compensation.
If you or a loved one have suffered a traumatic brain injury caused by the actions or negligence of another person, you need an experienced attorney to ensure you receive the compensation you’re entitled to. Call the Oxnard personal injury lawyers of OnderLaw, LLC to acquire the legal representation that best serves you in your time of need. At OnderLaw, LLC, our attorneys have three decades of combined experience in obtaining significant compensation for our clients, and we can help you, too. Call OnderLaw, LLC or contact us online today for a free consultation.
A commonly known cause of traumatic brain injuries is motor vehicle accidents. Other causes include:
There are three types of traumatic brain injuries: mild, moderate, and severe.
If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of someone else’s actions or negligence, you may be entitled to compensatory damages. There may be no amount of money to erase what you have already suffered and may continue to suffer from your injury. Compensation, however, is intended to make you as “whole” as possible. Some damages may be more easily calculated than others. The types of compensation you may be entitled to include:
Calculating some compensatory damages may not be as clear-cut as medical damages or property loss, but you may still be entitled to compensation for them. These damages include:
When you file a personal injury claim in California, you must show that negligence caused your traumatic brain injury. In California, everyone has a duty to act in a way that does not harm others. You and your lawyer must show that the at-fault party didn’t do that. You’ll also have to show that their actions or inaction caused the accident that resulted in your TBI. Then you’ll have to show that you actually suffered losses because of the accident. Once you prove those things, you should be able to obtain compensation.
The statute of limitations in California for filing a personal injury claim for a traumatic brain injury is two years from the time of the injury. This means that if the two-year window elapses and you file your claim after that, the court will likely dismiss your case. You’ll have missed your opportunity to obtain compensation through the court system.
Between 2001 and 2009, there were 61,188 traumatic brain injury hospitalizations and deaths in the state of California.
The CDC reports almost 61,000 deaths related to TBI in 2019.
OnderLaw, LLC was founded by attorney James G. Onder in 2002 with a guiding principle: to serve our clients well and ensure they get justice.
At OnderLaw, LLC, we have decades of experience in helping clients who have suffered just like you receive the compensation they’re entitled to and deserve. We have secured over $4 billion in compensation for our clients so far, and we’re still going strong.
Our experienced attorneys have represented people who have suffered a range of personal injury accidents, including traumatic brain injuries, motor vehicle and pedestrian accidents, slip and fall, nursing home abuse, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation claims. We’ve represented clients against people and multi-million/billion-dollar corporations, like Johnson & Johnson and major manufacturers and retailers. We’ve helped clients in these cases receive significant compensation, and we will work hard to do the same for you.
Sure, we can’t guarantee that our past success will dictate the same success in every future case. What we can do is assure you that the attorneys at OnderLaw, LLC will work diligently to provide you with top-notch legal representation. More importantly, we’ll do it with care, empathy, and compassion with the understanding that you have suffered and are in need.
Because of the statute of limitations in California on personal injury cases, the clock is ticking. Call or contact us online today for your free consultation. At OnderLaw, LLC, get a free consultation where our experienced attorneys can review your case and present your options to you. There is no obligation on your part to retain our services.
If you choose to retain OnderLaw, LLC, you will continue to bear no further costs than you have already suffered. This is because you are not expected to pay us a dime until we’ve obtained compensation for you. Then, we’ll take an agreed-upon percentage of your money as our fee.
Call OnderLaw, LLC or contact us online today so that we can get to work to get you the compensation and justice you deserve.